The folks behind Cards Against Humanity have a reputation for being completely ridiculous. The company's latest stunt? Taking donations to dig a hole for no reason at all. After accumulating over $US100,000, CAH called it a day, bringing the bizarre combo of crowdfunding and pointless earthworks to an end. But what about the hole? What would its fate be?
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Multi-screen smartphones aren't a new concept — it was even a major feature of clamshell designs of the past — but they quickly went out of vogue once we entered touchscreen era. Hisense looks like it will revive the idea with its A2 handset, which comes with a regular AMOLED display on the front and an E Ink screen on the back.
Sweat and electronics usually don’t mix—unless you’re sporting these Sweatproof Bluetooth Headphones. Engineered to power through moisture and put out crisp, clear audio, these headphones are perfect for fueling your workouts.
I promised you I would follow up on Tony Abbott And The Quest For The Suppository Of Wisdom, and I was not going to let you down.
Last month we covered a browser extension called "BS Detector", designed to flag links to certain news sites as "unreliable". According to creator Daniel Sieradski, the plugin's website was banned by Facebook today, before being allowed through again a few hours later.
Sending complex pieces of machinery to faraway celestial objects? Not an easy thing. The European Space Agency is well aware of what can go wrong, especially after the demise of Schiaparelli lander when it stacked into Mars earlier this year. No sweat, says the ESA, which will continue on with its ExoMars 2020 mission... flush with cash.
If you're going to take a photo of something as majestic as Italy's Dolomites, you'll want a camera good enough to capture it in all its beauty. A big one too. Like, a massive one. Unsatisfied with the options available, photographer Kurt Moser decided to build a big-arse camera of his own... into the back of a 4.5-tonne Ural truck.
Australia is no stranger to heatwaves. Each summer, large areas of the continent fry under intense heat for days on end, causing power outages, public transport delays, and severe impacts to human health. The estimated impact on our workforce alone is US$6.2 billon per year. Heatwaves are also Australia’s deadliest natural hazard, accounting for well over half of all natural disaster-related deaths.
Lifehacker is currently running a competition in conjunction with SodaStream to win five nights in Iceland's capital city - the former viking settlement of Reykjavik. The prize includes flights, accommodation and $1000 spending money for a total value of more than $15,000! Here are the details on how to enter.
iiNet has shut down its Sydney office and most of the staff have been made redundant. The Internet service provider (ISP) was acquired by TPG over a year ago. Here are the details.
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